I BELIEVE I CAN TRY

by Denver E. Long


Formats

Softcover
£11.95
Softcover
£11.95

Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 7/21/2019

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 242
ISBN : 9781728319001

About the Book

Author Denver E. Long takes the reader on a lifelong journey that twists and turns in ways that will surprise and delight. I Believe I Can Try provides the reader with an insight into the mind of a very curious little boy who, as he grows, learns to harness the power of his mind to manifest his wildest dreams. His adventurous spiritual journey takes the reader along on an adventure that touches four continents and thousands of lives in his pursuit of the truth and his perfect mate. Along the way, he finds himself in amazing and impossible dream situations that redefine what he believes is possible in life. I Believe I Can Try is a true story about hope and dreams. It will make you laugh, and it will make you cry. But most of all, it will tempt the reader to think about life in exciting new ways. The story begins in the author’s childhood mind and grows to become a grand stage of life in which all his wildest dreams come true. I Believe I Can Try provides a simple example for anyone willing to follow their heart and fulfill their dreams. The story tells the reader to live life to the fullest and to change the world for the better.


About the Author

Author Denver E. Long studied at the University of Chicago and is a graduate of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago where he earned a BFA in Industrial Design (Product Development). He is also a graduate of DePaul University where he earned a master’s degree in Liberal Studies. Denver is a Returned Peace Corp Volunteer having served in Sierra Leone, West Africa in 1967 and 1968. As an educator and designer, he has decades of teaching and professional design experience. He has taught from elementary school through high school and college. Denver designed the beautiful mosaic tile mural that adorns the façade of the Pilgrim Baptist Church in Rockford, IL. He is also a retired adjunct professor of Humanities Literature and English at Westwood College. He enjoys reading, writing, cycling and playing saxophone. Denver and Joan, his wife of thirty-seven years live in Chicago.